Nokia This Year Planning To Launch Around 7 Android Handsets
Nokia is making a comeback through certain help from HMD Global (the company bought Nokia branding rights from Microsoft), and as per the reports, the company will be declaring up to 7 Android-powered smartphones in 2017. The report as well references HMD Global and that the smartphones will be low, mid and high-end Android handsets.
The leaked image was taken at the latest demonstration held by Avaxx which is an authorized Nokia / Microsoft distributor in Malaysia. Nokia’s mid-range smartphone will sport a full-HD (1920×1080) display and will ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. HMD Global has previously declared that they aim at sticking to stock Android, instead of making their very own ecosystem on top of Android, which recommends operators will get close to the stock build of Android on Nokia-branded phones, but you can anticipate a couple of apps to be installed by the company.
In terms of release date, HMD Global is first getting prepared to reveal first Nokia devices, or in any case one device, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona which will boost off at the end of February. The Nokia D1C will be announced at the trade show, though nothing has been declared just yet.